School Improvement Plan

School Improvement
We have identified three key whole school targets for the period covering April 2022 to March 2023 (with some actions going beyond this date), informed by outcomes in 2020-2021, the current academic year's data, the outcome of our March 2018 OFSTED inspection, as well as broader priorities:

To secure further improvement in pupils’ attainment and progress in all curriculum areas, across the school, so that:

  • attainment in reading, writing and maths continues to be in line with or above national percentages for expected at the end of Key Stage 1
  • end of KS1 outcomes in science and foundation subjects are in line with or above national outcomes
  • the downward trend of percentage meeting the Y1 phonics threshold is reversed, so over time, it is moving towards being in line with and then above the national percentage
  • the percentage of Reception pupils achieving GLD continues to be above the national percentage 


To develop an inclusive and positive environment, with a clear school identity and ethos.


To continue to improve leadership at all levels across the school, in order that leaders have a good understanding of their role, are highly effective and have a clear and ambitious vision for the area they are leading.


In addition to the School Improvement Plan, each curriculum area has its own Action Plan.

The School Improvement Plan and the Action Plans are reviewed each term by the teaching staff and Senior Leadership Team. Progress against the School Improvement Plan is monitored by the Governing Body each term. All plans run across financial years in order that they tie in closely with the school budget. Completed plans are evaluated and new plans written every March, ready for the beginning of the Summer Term each year.